I agree wholeheartedly. With so many red lights flashing, it's a beautiful time to be in the markets - margin debt equal to spring 20000 and equivalent to 26% of all commercial loans, corporate profits 80% above historical norms, Shiller PE at all time highs, institutional investor bullish sentiment at all time highs to name a few. And knowing that CRM plunged 70% in 6 months from June - Nov 2008 provides great comfort. Good luck to you, too.
to keep WDAY artificially propped up. NASDAQ is barely below its 52 week high, but when it eventually capitulates nothing will keep tech stocks up. When the tide goes out...
End of day buying - especially on a Friday - suggests that the markets are still extremely bullish and prone to buying on the dips. Are the markets beginning to roll over, or is this just another bump in the near 5 year bull market?
Has the current cyclical bull market finally run its course or do we still have months or years of gains ahead? Is greed turning to fear or is this just a bump in the bull road?
the further it will eventually fall. For those shorts who can hold until the inevitable, congratulations! To those shorts who can't hold and capitulate at the first sign of a rising price, you're idiots and deserve to lose money. You've been pushing the markets higher for 5 straight years. Please do yourself and the rest of the shorts a favor and STOP. In your defense, the only benefit of your actions is creating more eventual money to the downside and more eventual money to the upside.
Due to the BRIC, CAT has had a stellar run the past decade. Unfortunately, as with all good things, the price will eventually revert to the mean. Price in 1961: $2.65. Price 29 years later: $5.48. Look for this to drop below $10 over the next 4-7 years.
With monthly health insurance premiums rising 50-100% effective January 1, how will this impact most households' spending on discretionary items and equities like ACAT?
What is 'distribution at the top'? Does this mean a disproportionate share of equities are controlled by a limited number of wall st banks?
When equities break old highs it's time to get your finger on the 'sell' button. Luxury items like high end motorcycles are the first to get cut from the family budget in a recession. Time to be vigilant.
Nope, he was actually right. It's complement, as in 'complete' the lineup. Not compliment as in 'nice looking bike'.
Anytime there's been an negative event that is less bad than expected it turns into a rally. This has worked magic on the bull market and it will continue...